The Influence of Bernini on Rodin: List of Figures

Mary Williams

1. Rodin, Jules Pécher, and Van Rasbourgh, “Loos Monument,” 1873-1876, monument has been disassembled (source- Ruth Buther, Rodin: The Shape of Genius, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1996.)

2. Rodin, “Letter from Auguste Rodin to Rose Beuret,” 1876, Paris, Musée Rodin (source-http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/archives)

3. Rodin, “Age of Bronze,” 1876, Paris, Musée Rodin (source-ARTstor Slide Gallery, artstor.org)

4. Michelangelo, “The Dying Slave,” 1513-1515, Musée du Louvre (source- ARTstor Art, Archaeology and Architecture Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives)

5. Pablo Picasso, “Still Life with a Bottle of Rum,” 1911, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art (source-http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/210010257)

6. Bernini, “Pluto and Persephone,” 1622-1623, Rome, Borghese Gallery (source-http://d-konstruct.blogspot.com/2012/08/bernini-at-25.html)

7. Adolf Loos, “Scheu House,” 1912-1913, Vienna, Austria (source-http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart/x-692131/07d121163)

8.Bernini, “Sant’Andrea Quirinale,” 1670, Rome, Italy (source-http://www.flickr.com/photos/prof_richard/8008325277/)

9. Constantin Brancusi, “Mademoiselle Pognay,” 1912, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art (source-http://www.flickr.com/photos/15434282@N00/5894564217/)

10. Rodin, “Father Pierre-Julien Eymard,” 1863, Paris, Musée Rodin (source-http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/sculptures/father-eymard)

11. Rodin, “Man with the Broken Nose,” 1874-1875, Paris, Musée Rodin (source-http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/sculptures/man-broken-nose)

12. Roman “Marble Head of Demosthenes,” 2nd Century A.D., New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art (source-http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/130018486?rpp=60&pg=3&ft=ancient+greek+bust&pos=153)

13. Rodin, “St. John the Baptist Preaching,” 1878, Paris, Musée d’Orsay (source-http://www.rodin-web.org/works/1878_baptist.htm)

14. Bernini, “David,” 1623-1624, Rome, Galleria Borghese (source-http://www.shafe.co.uk/art/bernini-_david-_rome-_villa_borghese.asp)

15. Josef Max, “St. John the Baptist,” 1857, Prague, Charles Bridge (source-http://www.flickr.com/photos/miltonmic/4280485187/)

16. Bernini, “Pluto and Persephone,” 1621-1622, Rome, Galleria Borghese (source-http://bettybaroque.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/week-11-bernini-1598-1680/)

17. Rodin, “Cupid and Psyche,” 1893, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art (source-http://www.flickr.com/photos/peterjr1961/4817389627/)

18. Rodin, “Cupid and Psyche,” detail of the back of figure (source-http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/120005914?img=2)

19. Bernini, “Pluto and Persephone,” detail of Persephone’s tears (source-http://art-history.tumblr.com/private/3922479325/tumblr_li7o1vOil11qzzsg4)

20. Bernini, “Damned Soul,” 1619, Rome, Spanish Embassy (source-http://rdjess.wordpress.com/2012/06/15/baroque-blog-2/)

21. Rodin, “The Cry,” 1886, Paris, Musée Rodin (source-http://libayrut.blogspot.com/2011_11_01_archive.html)

22. Bernini, “Bust of Cardinal Scipione Borghese,” 1632, Rome, Galleria Borghese (source-http://arttattler.com/archiveberniniportraitsculpture.html)

23. Rodin, “Henri Rochefort,” 1884, this casting in Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art (source-http://collection.nmwa.go.jp/en/S.1959-0048.html)

24. Bernini, “Model of Angel and Cherub for the Celestial Glory,” ca. 1663, Florence, Museo Horne (source-http://bernini.kimbellart.org/exhibit/saint-peters/saint-francis-ecstasy-0)

25. Bernini, “‘Celestial Glory’ for the Chair of St. Peter,” St. Peter’s Basillica (source-http://imaginemdei.blogspot.com/2011/06/veni-sanctae-spiritus.html)

26.Rodin, “Crouching Woman,” 1881-1882, Paris, Musee Rodin (source-http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/sculptures/crouching-woman-also-known-lust)

27. Rodin, “Gates of Hell,” 1880-ca.1900, Paris, Musee Rodin (source-http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/sculptures/gates-hell)